Bike or Drive Through Key West's Black History Audio Tour

2 Ratings
  • Audio Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • E-Ticket
  • Private Tour

Turn your phone or tablet into a local tour guide! Download this location-aware audio/media tour, then cruise! Nowhere on this tour will the speed limit exceed 35 mph. Please note ELECTRIC CAR OR BIKE RENTAL IS NOT INCLUDED and must be purchased separately (Vendors are recommended at the beginning of the tour.) Sight-see from the comfort of your own car, scooter or bike. Learn about Key West's deep ties to the Bahamas and the city's pivotal role defeating the Confederacy. Discover why 250 Africans are buried by the beach, and the surprising tourist spot that was once the island's "blacks only" beach. Visit the island's first black church. Find the Keys' best conch salad, get a taste of Haitian and Cuban flavors and sample Key Lime pie. Historic photos plus links to restaurant menus and websites rest at your fingertips. Spend one hour or a whole day. Within 24 hours of purchase, you'll receive a confirmation email with a coupon code and instructions on how to download your tour.

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Mallory Square

Stop here to try the best Cuban Cuisine on the island.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Simonton Street Beach

Take a quick dip in the Gulf of Mexico.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Key West Cemetery

Hear the tale of Manuel Cabaza and his battle with the local KKK.

Stop At:

Learn why there are 250 Africans buried in Key West. Take a moment to read the display plaques.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: West Martello Tower

See a Civil War fort built for the Union, now a beautiful botanical garden.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Southernmost Point

Visit the Keys' most famous photo 'op and learn what the colors of the buoy have to do with black history.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Cornish Memorial AME Zion

See the island's oldest black church and listen to it's story.

Pass By:

Learn about local singer Coffee Butler and visit a retired WWII battleship. Bring the kids to a waterpark!
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